John McCain talked about sending US arms to Libya with both Muammar Qaddafi and one of his sons during a 2009 meeting that included three other US senators. Sen. John McCain is the ranking Republican member on the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Every year, Forbes releases a list of the world’s most powerful woman, influential in everything from politics to technology to culture. The list includes obvious choices, such as US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, but also includes unexpected choices, such as Lady Gaga (No. 11 this year). Here are the 10 most powerful women: (See full list here)
Russia is expected within months to claim to the United Nations its right to annex about 380,000 square miles of the Arctic.
Julian Assange's WikiLeaks group continues to make headlines. But would-be leakers will have a tough time sending information.
The assassination of Ahmad Wali Karzai, President Hamid Karzai's half-brother, could threaten NATO security gains in southern Afghanistan.
Technically, yes. But the Red Cross says chronic shortages create deplorable economic and medical conditions.
The WikiLeaks boss appears to take credit for the Egyptian revolution in a fundraising ad. He also reflects on his time in Miss Egypt's home.
Hackers' Apple attack reportedly breaks into a company server to steal usernames and passwords. A group called Anonymous says the hackers' Apple attack kicks off the next round of its "AntiSec" campaign.
The narrow focus of 'Page One: Inside The New York Times' fails to do justice to the Gray Lady, devoting almost all its energy to four guys on the relatively new media desk.